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Is it possible to load up a GridView where all rows are in edit mode?

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i think you can make tamplate fields for each row and add a button with the command property set to update and set the update command in the sql data source or in code.

but i think that theres no control like data grid in asp.net

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Abbas,

I was wondering the same thing a few days ago. It would be very helpful to have such a control, for instance, to perform small batch updates of logically related records.

IMHO this is a design oversight by Microsoft.

I would be interested in other options / work-arounds anyone comes up with. For now, i've just made a user-control to do the work.

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read this. perfect solution:

http://www.gridviewguy.com/ArticleDe...?articleID=219

and this in the continuation:

http://aspadvice.com/blogs/azamsharp...s-At-Once.aspx

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